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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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12/30/2008
From Crosby, MN
Posts: 113
ill give her a shot

Posted on: 2010/1/9 15:00
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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12/16/2007
From South Mille lacs
Posts: 256
any reports on how this worked for people over the season

Posted on: 2010/3/11 20:32
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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01/09/2007
From Grand Rapids
Posts: 384
I've heard it helps to boil or heat up the distilled water and add the baking soda, so when it is settling you leave the cap loose then when you shake it you tighten it then loosen it again and let it sit? and just buy the peroxide you buy at wal mart in the brown bottles?

Posted on: 2010/9/23 11:31
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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11/04/2010
From minnesota
Posts: 158
I have made it for the last 3 years for bowhunting and in my opinion it works. I use it on my boots and backpack before I leave my car to hunt. One thing I have heard from a few friends is to use the extra strength hydrogen peroxide (I use my dad's from the farm, otherwise you can get it online) because the stuff you buy from the store in the little brown bottles has additives in it that keep it from reacting very well. Another tip is to keep it out of direct sunlight because the H2O2 will break it down and reduce it's effectiveness.

Posted on: 2010/11/4 20:55
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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12/23/2009
From Mahtomedi, MN
Posts: 111
I've used it, so have a couple buddies of mine for the last few seasons and we have come to believe that it does work. Same recipe that was posted.

Posted on: 2010/11/5 2:54
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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02/08/2007
From Nevis,MN
Posts: 108
works good

Posted on: 2010/11/10 13:22
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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12/05/2006
From Eagan
Posts: 1677
I made this last year.....One word of advise,don't make it in a milk jug, it will leak

Posted on: 2011/8/20 9:32
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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12/12/2008
From shakopee
Posts: 44
just made mine, will let you know how it works next weekend. thanks for info

Posted on: 2011/9/17 23:08
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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09/24/2008
Posts: 217
Any reciepes to make a laundry detergent

Posted on: 2014/8/5 16:18
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Re: Home Made Scent Killer
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05/04/2004
From Fosston, Mn
Posts: 1950
Most of the time I just run an empty load with baking soda, run my hunting clothes with baking soda and put some pine needles in the dryer with my clothes.

Posted on: 2014/8/5 19:31
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